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Grazia Deledda's native house

Grazia Deledda's native house

Open: 10:00 - 13:00, 15:00 - 20:00 (Monday closed)

Grazia Deledda's native house is located in Saint Peter neighborhood, where the majority of the people were sheperd, is in the street today dedicated to Grazia Deledda.
The building was sold to privates in 1913 and then the municipality bought it in the 1968 to be part in 1979 of the Regional Etnographic Institute that turned the house in a museum, opened only in 1983. From 1997 to 2000 was close to be reconstructured following the description of the autobiographic novel "Cosima┬╗. The building today offers a clearly idea of how was the life of Deledda and the historical contest were she lived, even if her family wasn't poor.
The house has 3 floors; unfortunately wasn't possible to remove the architectural obstacles. On the ground floor there is the kitchen, with a door that brings to the backyard; on the first floor there is the pantry with the food that is changed every season. On the second floor there is the bedroom and the desk with original letters about the Nobel on it.
Open: 10:00 - 13:00, 15:00 - 20:00 (Monday closed)